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Low Carbon Living: A Societal Work in Progress
Green
Tuesday December 6 2016

Low Carbon Living: A Societal Work in Progress

As world governments continue to ratify the Paris Agreement, which Australia finally did in November, they formalise their commitments to keep carbon emissions “well below 2...

Bullying, the Law and the Building Industry
Business
Thursday May 12 2016

Bullying, the Law and the Building Industry

The building industry is overrepresented with alpha males. With this comes talk that is plain and often blunt, assertive, sometimes acerbic and discourse can be expletive...

How Does Your City Feel?
Urban Planning
Monday November 2 2015

How Does Your City Feel?

Our cities have been changing for quite a while now, but how much attention are we paying to the conditions under which these changes are taking...

Prompting Sustainable Behaviour
Green
Thursday April 23 2015

Prompting Sustainable Behaviour

One of the many human traits inhibiting sustainable behaviour is our tendency to forget.

Achieving Acoustic Comfort in the Office
Commercial
Thursday March 19 2015

Achieving Acoustic Comfort in the Office

An unknown worker, in response to the New York Times article titled Beyond the Cubicle, wrote the following internet comment:

Tie People to Their Senses, Not Their Desks
Commercial
Wednesday January 28 2015

Tie People to Their Senses, Not Their Desks

Whilst the focus over the past few years has been on sustainability and the impact of technology in the workplace, the future trend will be to...

Strong Environmental Self-Identity Improves Green Behaviour
Environment
Wednesday January 22 2014

Strong Environmental Self-Identity Improves Green Behaviour

There’s a view that to get people to make better environmental decisions they must be shown financial benefits. Whether through incentives or government rebates, policymakers often...